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Author:  Oziphantom [ Thu Nov 30, 2017 10:30 pm ]
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100% you can, I'm working with 2 people who did it back in the day. However you can't single step and put break points on actual c64 like you can in VICE ;) or see the internal register states of the VIC and CIAs etc send snapshots that show bugs so my PM can send me a snapshot and say "here the sprites are stuffed up" etc

Author:  Sogona [ Thu Nov 30, 2017 10:51 pm ]
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tepples wrote:
Sogona wrote:
Bregalad wrote:
Actually I tired [FamiTracker] but didn't like it very much, the only advantage is that making "instruments" is simple and great, but making music is awful.

What do you use then? I don't know of any chiptune-oriented programs that aren't tracker-based

If you like LilyPond, PPMCK, or other MML tools, you'll love Pently. The score is written in an MML-like language that looks like this, though ft2pently is also available.

Yeah I'll try it out; it's just that I already added my own music engine to my game. It's pretty barebones but it's taken care of anything I've needed so far. Usually I start messing around on a keyboard, and once I got a melody I like I'll put it into famitracker and go from there. Then once the song's all done to my liking I'll type it into the source as raw .db's.

Author:  zzo38 [ Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:23 pm ]
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dougeff wrote:
Sometimes I wonder if the people here are a little bit genius, or a little bit mad.
I think that, if you are a little bit genius then you may also be a little bit mad, therefore, probably, it is both, I think.

Author:  jayminer [ Mon Dec 18, 2017 12:59 am ]
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zzo38 wrote:
dougeff wrote:
Sometimes I wonder if the people here are a little bit genius, or a little bit mad.
I think that, if you are a little bit genius then you may also be a little bit mad, therefore, probably, it is both, I think.


I actually used my Amiga 4000 quite a bit when developing Driar. All the graphics are made in Brilliance and then "transferred" by hand to NES Screen Tool. And I did the level editor in AMOS so all the levels are Amiga-done!

Author:  krzysiobal [ Mon Dec 18, 2017 3:50 pm ]
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Windows XP SP3, Notepad++, Irfan View, Paint Shop Pro 7, Winamp, Total Commander, Quartus 13/Xilinx Ise, Firefox 47 (I spend one week to make this shit run I.264 videos in youtube), ca65, FCEUX, WinHex, TL866 Programmer+MiniPro

+A lot of my own programs for narrow purpose, like:
*KrzysioPCB for reverse engineering PCB:
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*KrzysioKazzo for reading/testing/programming cartridges:
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*KrzysioProgrammer for reading EPROMs/MaskRoms with unusual pinout (like 1Mbit in DIP32)
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*KrzysioTester for testing integrated circuits,
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*KrzysioPalReader for reading PAL chips
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